L’appartamento Napoli finds itself with a couple of places available during the months of January-February and we are calling for submissions.
L’appartamento is exactly that: An apartment and a workspace in the heart of Napoli, Italy.
At 120 m2, it comprises a home plus 2 large rooms, each a live-in workspace. L’appartamento is a place to come for a creative retreat, to work on a project, to experience life in the South of Italy and Naples, and to be inspired by your time here.
Residencies are open to artists and creatives of all types, those experimenting, those emerging, and those already established.
Duration of residency
Residencies available in this period run for 2/4 weeks
L’appartamento is in an historic old palazzo (historic apartment building), and the space is thus quite grand. The apartment itself comprises 3 rooms, 2 of those for residencies. The residency space comprises a 25sqm room used as a private live/work studio space, and regular home amenities such as kitchen, bathroom etc are shared with myself and other artists.
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
All disciplines are considered, and the live/work spaces are adaptable to various kinds of artistic output.
Should the artist have specific equipment needs we can discuss the possibility of accomodating these requests.
Assistance regarding Napoli in general, information, resources, etc is provided, and we are happy to assist the artist in their immersion into the city and surrounds to pursue their artistic objectives.
Studio / Workspace
Live/work space, private, 20/25sqm. The smaller of these includes a terrace of about the same dimension.
Fees and support
2 weeks 550 | 4 weeks 1050
Fees include the live/work space and other common living utilities and spaces.
Kitchen, washing machine, etc is provided.
Artist provides own meals, transport and supplies.
Expectations towards the artist
L’appartamento provides a tranquil and supportive environment and workspace available for self-directed creative exploration, no expectations are held towards the artist regarding output or exhibition of work.